By J. Duchesne
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According to him, the double bond would be formed by two tetrahedral bent bonds from each carbon. G. Localized and Delocalized Bonds When molecules react, the bonds are formed and are broken independently of each other. Because of this, the chemical bond is a “reality” to the classical chemist, with its experimental expression in the constancy of a series of properties, the most important of which are bond length, bond energy, characteristic infrared frequency, dipole moment, quadrupole coupling constant, and chemical “reactivity”.
I. FERNANDEZ-ALONSO [CHAP. 1 The treatment of the chemical reactivity of the fundamental purine bases, carried out by the static method, appears to lead to predictions in disagreement with the experimental results. Nevertheless, Pullman used the localization method to predict certain results for purine consistent with the experimental data. 20,104 Perault, Valdemoro, and Pullman95 studied the mechanism of the xanthine oxidase which regulates the catabolism of the biopurines. They studied the enzymatic oxidation of these biomolecules from the electronic point of view using the dynamic index, nucleophilic localization energy.
The following are among the more important. There are various degrees of sophistication in MO methods, different roles the same heteroatom may play, for example, pyrrolic or pyrimidinic nitrogen. In general, methods for determining the parameters ax and pcx fall into two groups, those based on the use of eigenvalues (energy indices), and those based on eigenfunctions (structural indices). Usually the last methods are the least well specified in approximate quantum mechanical treatments. Before leaving this question, we want to call attention to a fact that may be very important.
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